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At Worland RV Park & Campground, RV camping is easy. In the city of Worland, Wyoming, this family-friendly RV park is surrounded by enough tree cover to provide a calm and quiet environment. Most of the sites have pull-through access, and a staff member will help you find your site when you check in. You can rent by the day or month, and there are discounts you can ask about when you make your reservation.
Once you're settled in, there are horseshoe pits and games you can borrow, or you can take a leisurely walk into the town and enjoy the surroundings. The town has an interesting history, and the RV campground can provide you with information you can use to take a self-guided tour of the community. There is a museum here and archeological attractions such as the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, Big Cedar Ridge fossils, and the Colby Mammoth Kill Site. You can stock up on groceries and supplies, gas up your rental RV, or just take an evening off and dine out, letting someone else do the cooking.
Book one of the RV rentals in Washakie County and point your rig towards Grand Teton National Park near the town of Moran. Grand Teton has been referred to as “the mountains of the imagination," featuring a stunning and tranquil setting comprised of towering pines, sprawling meadows, sparkling waterways, and rugged mountain terrain. Trek the park's lengthy trail system, or grab your backpack and head into the backcountry to do some primitive camping at altitudes most visitors don't reach. There is a variety of wildlife to view, but you should use caution and carry a bell to prevent surprise encounters.
Head an hour's drive east of your campsite at Worland RV Park & Campground to Bighorn National Forest for a scenic day trip. This massive wilderness is the most visually and naturally diverse of the locations you can choose to visit, with low lying grasslands and alpine meadows, mirror-like lakes and glacial valleys, rolling hills and sheer cliffs, and more. The forest has several reservoirs you can visit, dozens of campgrounds and picnic areas, and several scenic byways allowing you to take a comfortable auto tour of the park. If you happen to be here during the fall and winter, you can enjoy skiing and snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. In the summer, you can canoe or kayak the many lakes, or enjoy seeing the park from on top of a mountain bike.
Shoshone National Forest is a two-hour drive west of Worland and is a popular destination for hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking, due to its diverse geography. Spend time here, and you'll observe sage brush lowlands, open meadows, tree stands, and rugged, snowcapped mountains as a backdrop. You can camp in the park, and hunting is allowed, so you should check to see if it is hunting season while you're here. You can also take your Worland motorhome rental for a spin on the scenic byways that divide the park, enjoying the scenery in comfort.
Washakie County has an impressive history for such a small community; the town of Moran is built on the site where actor John Wayne helped his movie crew to build log cabins during the filming of his movie “The Big Trail” in the 1930s. Today it's an unincorporated community with a thriving tourism industry. You can explore the nearby lakes or visit the working ranches that are open to the public (there are a few of them). It's also a good destination for stopping to eat, with a long list of restaurants that includes pizzerias, barbecue joints, cafes, pub restaurants, and more. The menus are almost exclusively American-style food ranging in quality from good home-cooked meals to fine dining.
Ten Sleep is a charming community that was once home to a national Girl Scout Center; its economy is divided between ranching and tourism, and it is a beacon for outdoor enthusiasts who wish to go rock climbing and spelunking (exploring caves) in addition to the usual outdoor activities. The town has a micro-brewery and several ranches you can visit, some of which offer food services. There are a small number of restaurants on hand where you can refuel, including several pub restaurants.
Whether you want to relax in your camper rental, immerse yourself in the area's culture and history, or branch out to explore the Wyoming wilderness, a campsite at Worland RV Park and Campground is an excellent place to base your adventure.